Greenwich Village, once occupied by brownstones and walkups, is now undergoing an overhaul, as old hospitals and office buildings undergo transitions into luxury buildings.
At the heart of Greenwich Village lies Washington Square Park, where on any given day you can see NYU students huddled against a tree with their reading, local songwriters strumming on their guitars, artists sketching the variegated scene, and even old men playing chess.learn more about this neighborhood
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- 30% Pre War
- 17% Elevator/Laundry Building
- 17% Walk-Up
- 13% Luxury Highrise
- 5% Post War
The studio is excellent for a one person as it is very cozy and situated at the back of a brownstone building.
In addition there is a quaint private garden to enjoy of which is a private access to the residents.
Greenwich Village is a landmark because of the bohemian culture that developed there in 1950's. Artists, musicians and other avant-garde thinkers propagated an alternative culture that made Greenwich Village a bohemian Mecca.
As you descend from midtown to Greenwich village you will immediately notice that the
The Lenape, original residents of Greenwich Village called the area Sapokanikan "tobacco field" which was once marshland. The Dutch settlers cleared the land, drained the marsh & turned it into pasture in the early 1600's.
The West Village is everybody's idea of old New York: winding streets full of interesting shops.
$2,300, Studio, 1.0 Bathroom
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